My poor man's Barber Hauler works great and can be installed and deployed in under a minute. I like to keep it simple and inexpensive. I've been meaning to post pictures for awhile now and apologize it took me so long.
The Barber Hauler is basically one 16'-17' piece of 3/8" line with two stainless clips on both ends. On the outer end of the rear akas are mounted a zinc plated clamp on oarlock from boaters world. The ID is 1 1/2 - 1 3/4. Brand name Sea Bowld part# is 36-679-0145. They were pretty inexpensive. After clamping those on the Akas I attached a shackle I had laying around using a cloth coupler that I also had But you can use your own method to attach the shackle or whatever to the oarlock. That's pretty easy.
Another important feature of my barber hauler is I have two (one on each side) cam cleats installed on the AI.
So basically when the wind starts slowing down and I'm downwind, I grab the line with the clips and stretch out and thread them through the shackles on each side. This takes only a minute. And then clip it to the sail, give it a tug and cleat it. Simple, easy and inexpensive. And a pretty nice option to have while sailing. I'll post another thread later about the Aka Tarp I made.
For more pictures see http://www.asthmastory.com/ai.php